by MARGARET ABLETHORPE and NIGEL DALLAWAY
MARGARET ABLETHORPE and Nigel Dalla way are both pianists attached to the Midland Regional Station, where they have been working for the past seven years or so. They have done a good deal of solo work, as well as accompanying and chamber music.
From THE TOWN HALL, SUTTON COLDFIELD
THE CITY OF BIRMINGHAM ORCHESTRA (Leader, PAUL BEARD)
Conducted by HAROLD GRAY
HEDDLE NASH (Tenor)
Harold Gray is one of Birmingham's youngest conductors. He holds a number of musical appointments. Besides being musical director and conductor for the Sutton Coldfield Society, he conducts the Solihull Musical Society and the Birmingham Grand Opera Society. This year he is giving a series of broadcast talks on music in the Children's Hour.
ORCHESTRA Overture, The Magic Flute - Mozart
HEDDLE NASH and Orchestra Aria, Il mio tesoro (My Treasure) (Don Giovanni) - Mozart
ORCHESTRA Symphony, No. 41, in C (The Jupiter) K.551 Allegro vivace; Andante cantabile; Menuetto; Molto allegro - Mozart
HEDDLE NASH Who is Sylvia? - Schubert
Hark, hark, the Lark - Schubert
Serenade - Schubert
9.10 ORCHESTRA (Continued)
Ballet Music, Sylvia - Delibes
Traume (Dreams) - Wagner
HEDDLE NASH and Orchestra Walter's Prize Song (The Mastersingers) - Wagner
ORCHESTRA Dance No. 17 (Prince Igor) - Borodin
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